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MOtTHWMT AKAMAI fHNM; toytfMvflb, II, I HI llllt Before C m m i tree ';;.'.'. Waihuiglon-M'i-thB head: :o .". 'Jhe A.merlc«n Federation of Laboi " . '.old Conjircks to'day jhe"AFL niay jv J be ''fprccd. to review its entire " lUpotirt: of. the 'wage .stablliza(ii nrorram/.'-i:- '- '··'.· · : --"·'-'- ;: ..''/f . . : · · · · .-. A PnsMdent -,WilH«m Green Mid ' happen' iiiniesj. the goVr ' ' f " ilieffor.^ipiwork^put a.-.prograrn. · briswipn^ equality "; of' Jticrifice.", " '· , '· Gretn tesUfied:T»fore the^Sen'., »le -Banking arid Currency .Com i»ltle«janafurg«d ;tt' tb'.CTact "i ···.· ilrong'iS,', rftherr.lhan'-' a/- weaker · defense* produclibn act " " ' : ' . Jca' Ufa' B(iarlng '* Idllpronprtipni ... ate ihire-of the tacrlflce involvK ..'.: Ih-.thii'taefense 'cffort."..; r '-;!';''-'''' ; . -. · Greeh'kwMf ihc'Sflrft ;pf ^ nibre ·. -than a 'dozen witnesses schedule^ ·-.- \f appear" before the cdmmlttee today. .The committee is conslil- ~ erlriit; legislation to extend the · Defence . Production Act ipast its June 30 expiration. ·,,;'} Other :wltncsscs lnclud«d Allan f Kline, president'of the, America! " Farm Bureau, and representatives '"- of Jnumerous grocers' organiza- ·"Uotti;. : ' ; ' ' . - , ^ U V I · t Morket-- . ? National ..SUckj-ards, ..- Ho|«. · steady ,^ j fiiir'j; »cilve.;,riiostly Wedneld»y'« ivcrage ' ·.;'. Mk choice N.o*. : .\;'. t and 3 160";" 23B|lbB,;17.50-85i;few loads .17.75 With most * sales "over: 17.60 for · Noi 1, 'and "2 HO-220 Ibs: packer " topj 17.50; 2«-270 Ibs : fuil width '" of fchoice gride 19.BO-17.35; 280"" jaojlbs 18,00-25! 150-170 lbs,.16;op- '.' twite. 12,25-13,25;; sows 400 Ibs down 15.25-18,00; heavier sows "' I3,*0i.l'6.00! utags 11.50-18,60; boars "" * Catllfi;i,706i.calv,os,66p; trad'tng active : on ctccri and holfen; _;..; prices itcady to ttrohgj few loads : and tots,''high good: and. choice ; itetnf 3 00-34.00;'commercial and ;.'. low! gp6d steers and heifers 27,00r r : :.'|l4ltl;jcp»v«;rnostly steady; .utility. ' : «rjd cpSimerci»l 22.00-24,00; c«n- . ners and cutteri 17,50-21,50; bulls : «low;' few etrly, salts etcadj' with' ; hlfli TOTntnerclliVibulls 27.75; veal- i cr« steady and trading active; bulk ·· . : -j|o6il.'»tid,:ch6lc,»k=Vealcrs ;32.00' 38.00; prime to 40.00; larncr percentage of.'iiaici at top than previously thlityeekf uillify and com. niercial'^H'.ciilcrs SS.OOrSO.Op. · ' i-;V Sheep l.SOOrsciittcriSd.'JgiJ'.mb'jt-' ly choice woolcd lambs, to shippers 26,00-50; about steady, quality and weights considered; (ome 110' Ib Iambi 26.50; not enough done to Hefjnilcly establish market trend; Daughter ewes steady; scattered 'rales .utility to good ewca 12.00,, 11,00;. odd culls 8.00-11.00; aged Lucks 11.00. . : '{ Anti-Toxin Dropped To / Troop-Laden .Transport "' Horiofulu-OT-An A i r Force ' - 'plant parachuted'diphtheria antl- r up,-- _.,,...,,...,,.,./£ '·· Oklahonja City, - (*).' Electric shocking of red-wormi In tout emrternOklahotni'drew off lei attentionV from OovV- - Jtihnjton Murray .who reported the pra tlce, In. nil weekly column It state : newspapers. ' : Farmers In southeastern coiin ties.complain that bait-sellers us electrical devices which shoe worms- below the surface of th ground and force them to com to the top where they are pick. ""»,'· - . . . ' . ' · . . ' · ' - . '-.'-.*. · A. Legislative Council comml tee recently heard tomplalnts o Jhe. worm-shocking, practical, SiNAtE-HpUSE-- CONTINUED men I-AGI ONI ' Iiivjt* General Eisenhower to te«( {jiff, disagreed with 'other mem bcr«-of,!the committee who:slid might;-'jSe.."embarrajsliig".for Els enhower.·'· i ''";''.'.·:' ·'"·*" · ·'-·'··'· · Harrimari said any major cuts i ·:thc program would ; undermln Eisenhower's effortt- to build: u his European: defenses. And, h said, threatened Congressional re ductlons would upset the iritrica plani to item Communism. , ;"Ini terms' of world politics," h .laid, ;.,Vthl» ;.disruption of J cstab llahed .plans [would represent major victory for the Soviet lead ore In'the Kremlin," Would Aid Indochina ; Lovett reported it is essentlc that the U. S. step nip Its "aid ' France In'Indochina because'-'thL Is I n - t h e security Interests of th free world." The defense secretary cautlone against cuts. And he tingled :0u Indochina and Formosa for specia mention. "If the situation In Indochin can be cleared,up," he said, "no only will Southeast :Atla"be.sir blllzcd, but the French poiltion I Europe--and .thereby.-the .ehtii NATO defenses--will be measui ably Improved." . For Y.an . . The French have' been flKhtln Communist-led -Insurgents In In dochina . for years/' Recently tl French have been forced to su render front line positions. Add tlonalljv they are faced .with domestic crisis over taxes.' ; This double blow to the Trent. hn» been regarded In «ome qua tcrs'.as dangerous to the dcferi program setup under the North A Untie Treaty Organization, Lovett said "the strategic gee graphical .position of the area, a well Blithe vitally important ra material--such as tin and rubbe --which It supplies, maker it in portant for us to maintain, an e toctive support of the gallant e fort.which the French 1 .and th associated states are making t hold the line In Indochina again Communist aggretslon in tha area/'. · ' · · · - . · · ' · ' , -· ' '' WouU Help Chlntw He ; urged' funds to continu building up "the nationalist Ch ncse forces on Formosa." He. c'al "our objective Is to insure th Integrity of that island," Lovett sold "there Is still a grea dou! to be done on Formosa, ox lO.alnlng that "in fact Ilttlq mor than a foundation has so far bee laid." "· ' · ' "But progress Is being made, he added, In supplying .military and economic aid to help resolve 'the unique situation of an Island populated by only 7,000,000 people called upon to support a garrison of several hundred'thousand dc fenders." xin to a troop-laden attack rnnsport 270- miles northeast o icre late yesterday after five mci lecamc ill. The ship's medical an dental ''officers and two iricdicn corfismen were' among those ·trlckcn. lexis Woman Reports Attack By Laughing Maniac; Screams Bring The Neighbors ..' S a n A n t o n i o ; laughing maniac tried to club her .'-to'.death'lh (kr.horhc early today, . Mrs. Gerhard · Knucpper, 27, told .police. i-J;- ;, . . ; · · . ' ."He had the. laugh of a maniac and « hideous grin," Officer R. A. -.May quoted Mrs. Knueppcr as 'saying. "He kept laughing that he would kill me." :. She : sold She was .in the bed, ; room of her home with her sons, Russell, two, and Kcnncthi four. when -she heard noises. She at first .thought Urn black}clad Intruder, was her husband'who gets off work at midnight, she ex plained. ; iWhcn she stepped to the bed room door, the mail attacked her, '·scratching her; face, and lips, ripping her dress and leaving bruises on her head, arms and shoulders, she said. 'Mrs, Knucpper fought her way through the dining room, into the kitchen nnd out to the back yard, .where she screamed to neighbors- for aid. EXCLUSIVE! Personals Mrs. Virginia Nwl«y. Smith of Tulu, Okla., was a visitor in Fay- ettevllle Ia»t.;week,. : ; - - ;-Hn. J. L. : IluUedfe, « West Street,/was called to -Denlson, Texas, today because of the death of her father, J, C, Uneryv ' Mr. and.Mrs. Harry Baulch of New. York City, are guests in the bpme of Mr, and Mrs. Roy Wood, o n M t , Nord. · James W Harris, son of Dr. and.Mri, O. V. Harris .of Fayctte- ville, has been selcctert as 'a candidate to attend Officer Candidate School at'For'rsill, Okla. : Mr..and Mrs. Allen Reynolds, Bob ZacharlaEoh' and* Arlis Hos- klns are.' in ,St, 'Louis, Mo,, attending a.convention of Seven Up botUers. . _ ' . . . ' ; : " Mrs. Cllve Lane and daughhter, Nancy, have returned from IJew York City and New Haveni Conn., where they visited Mrs. Lane's son, Robert, · : ' Mrs. C. A,.'MbDbnald of Tulsii, Okla., will arrive this weekend to fvisil her mother, Mrs, John Harris, and her-sisters, Mrs. Hadley Hodson and Mrs. Martha Tid- wel), at 309 Washington. Coolldge O. Wages, seaman, USN, brother of Mack Wages of Fayettevlllc, recently participated In the Navy's cold, weather exercises aboard the destroyer USS McCord wth the Atlantic Fleet. The Rev. Marius J. Llndloff will leave'tonight for St. Louis, Mo., where he. will attend an Area Quadr-vla! Meeting, F r i d a y through Saturday, lie will return for Sunday services. Mrs. Paul K. IFceiwagcn left this morning for Little Rock to visit her«on and daughter-in-law. Mr, and Mrs..Hill Hccrwagen and new grandson, William Ranise Hwrwogcn, Jr. Mrs. T. O. Thompson of Well villc, Mo., who has been vislti here with her son-in-law ai daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. Schulz, left this morning . i Kansas, where she will visit. be fore returning home. · Lee Roy Crlggcr, aviation stru turar mechanic, third class, US son of Mr. and Mrs, R. P. Crlgg of Faycttcvillc, and husband Mrs. Jeancttc A. Crlgger of Pone City, Oklo., is serving on the ai craft carrier USS Antlctam, op crating with Task Force 77 in Kc rcan waters. Undergoing recruit training the U.S. Naval Training Conte San Diego, Calif., are Paul V. White, construction recruit, US1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben White c Baldwin, and Rex Underbill, sea mnh recruit, USN, son of Mr. an Mrs. George Underbill of Spring dale. ' Oliver Gramllng, assistant gen cral manager of Associated Prcs with headquarters in New Yor -Ity, arrived this morning to b :hc house guest of Mr. nnd Mr Fred Stevenson for the next tw days.. He and Mr. Stevenson wi cave Saturday to attend the stal meeting of the. Arkansas Broac casters Association, which will las through Tuesday, in Little Rock Announcements W»Mnrt*n Lodge One Washington Lodge One wi: meet tomorrow at 7:30 p. m., ( fo work, in the ' Fellowship degree lefreshmcrits will be served. Sltma Alpha Iota Alumni Alumni members of Sigma AI iha Iota,. national professiona music fraternity, will meet' Mon ay cvcmrlg at 7:30 o'clock with Urs. Fred Kcrr. . . Greenland Community Church Fred Huckelbury will preach a He Community Church at Grccn- nd Saturday night at 7:30 'clock.. . . lerean Clau' of entral Christian Church Monthly social and business iccting o f . t h e Bcrean Class of entral Christian Church will be eld at the Lee Cunningham orhc tonight. ites School Program The f i f t h grade.of Bates School ill present a piny, "The Way to orwich," Friday at 7:30 p. m., ndcr the dlrcctiri of-Miss Ellza- cth' Shipley. The sixth grade will resent a, drnmntlzatlor of the ok, "Journey Cake." The play as written nnd staged by mem- crs of the class, assisted by the achcr, Mrs, Curtis Crouch. 'cut ".irk Chrlnllan Church The West Fork Christian Church "1 be hostess to Central Chrls- an Church of Fnyettevlll" next unday in -a cooperative dinner nd r'lot-noon service. F r e d 'iolbury will be the afternoon speaker. People from Central Christian will leave Immediately aft'r their morning service, and transportation will be available for ill who wish to go. Other Sunday hoot nnd :hurch groups are Invllcd to come nnd bring well- flllcd uaskPtr. Flild Worktr KUM Vernal, Ut«h-(4)A Vernal oil field worker wan killed Instantly Wednesday when a control vxlve blew off i pump «t Iht Rert With field, 30 mlltt louthwnt of here. Tht victim WM John A. Wilktr, Varied Program Will Be Given By Cincinnati Symphony A varied program will 'be given by the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra .tomorrow at 8 o'clock in the University Field H o u i e. Classic, romantic, and modern compositions will be played.'Mozart's Symphony No. 35 In D major, called "The Hiffner,' 1 will open the program* Originally a serenade, the piece took symphonic form hurriedly--within, a week--when Mozart was asked to. compose a symphony in honor of a family friend,- Sifmund Haffner, who had just been cnobled, A colorful impressionistic piece by the American composer, Charles Griffcs, is programmed next. "The White Peacock," originally written for piano, 'wa« transcribed -for' orchestra on i commission'for,« ballet. . "Symphonic Metamorphosis of Themes," composed. by Paul Hindemith in 1143,- has enjoyed great popularity with American symphony audiences since its first performance by the New - York Philharmonic. For this composition, which has four movements, Hindemith used themes of Carl Maria von Weber. "Harold In Italy," a symphony in four movements with viola solo Is the final composition programmed. The Hector Berloiz composition uses the viola' to represent a romantic pott wandering through the Italian countryside. Erik Kahlson, first violinist'of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, will play the solo viola part. Born in Finland, Kahlson came to America after extensive experience with European orchestral. He played with the Cleveland Orchestra for 10 years, then joined the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra in 1937, the same year he received his American 'citizenship. The concert will be open to University students and Fayetteville Community Concert Association members. ' · Airmen Dead In Crash Hod Much Flying Time To Credit Allied Negotiators Tell Reds "Time's Awaisting" Munsan, Korea--Allied truce negotiators told the Reds -today they were wasting time trying to get-, "the unconditional r'epatria- tlon'of all prisoners we hold in exchange for a small portion of those you hold;" That's what the latest Red plan amounts to, said Rear Adm. R. E. Lihby, and it is not acceptable. The Communists insist that prisoner exchange plans be adopted before turning over a "complete and bona fide" prisoner roster. Libby said that's "putting the cart before the'horse." He told the Communists the'y must make the next move. The Reds said it's Llbby's move. Col. Andrew J. Kinncy described as "strictly a goose egg" a twp- hour staff officers' meeting on truce supervision In a nearby tent. A Communist proposal which could ban a naval blockade of the China coast was tossed back to the staff officers. Red interpreters re- fused- to. include "Korea" in a clause prohibiting naval blockades. The interpreters' stand "was a complete reversal of the staff officers' discussion yesterday," said Brig. Gen. William P. Nuckols, U. N.' spokesman. ''It came as a complete surprise." Change Proposed Originally the Communists proposed deleting "Korea" as unnecessary. U. N. negotiators said such ah unrestricted ban could bar U. S. warships from the Formosa Strait and prohibit a possible blockade of the Red China coast. Thursday a Red staff officer said it made no differnce whether "Korea" were included and indicated Communist interpreters would approve its · insertion. The Communists suggested last week that prisoner exchange discussions proceed on the basis of original lists traded last December. North Korean Maj. Gen. Lee Sang Cho said today the plan offered a step-by-«tep solution of the problem. . ' · ; " · . ' ; ' . ' "You have offset all our efforts to malce progress,'! Lee said. "The lack of confidence is attributable to your negative attitude." He said the U.K. command must abandon this "negative attitude" if it is interested in reaching an armistice. Demands Prisoner List Libby demanded a complete list of prisoners in asking once more for- an accounting of some 50,000 missing South Korean soldiers. The Reds'have said they were released at the front. The U.N. charges most were impressed into the Communist armies. "We have been insisting that you account for them since December of last year," Libby said. "The simple statement that you released all of them at the front to disappear from the face of the earth obviously is . not a cred- ' Frankfurt, Germany-W)-The U. 8. Air Force C-47 transport plane which crashed on » Swiss glacier tost Friday carried three pilots whose flying. time totaled more than 10,000 hours, it was disclosed today. ; The., pilots Were two lieutenant colonels and a major of Fuersten feldbruck Air Base, Bavaria. Col. Robert L. Scott, commander of the 36th Fighter-Bomber Wing, told the Army" newspaper, Stars and Stripes, the three were among the most experienced and best pilots at the base.; The plane was on its way. from Madrid to Germany when it crashed near the 13,000-foot Jung- frau Peak in the Swiss Alps. The three pilots arid five Air Forci ..passengers were killed. Scott said all three pilots' had combat records. The two lieutenant colonels had volunteered for the routine navigation mission to improve their flying techniques. ible. accounting." North Korean Col. Chang Chun San lost his temper in the truce supervision session while, debating whether five or six ports of entry on each side should be opened to neutral inspectors. · · Colon Kinney. said six ports reflect Allied supply requirements and he could not accept Chang as a "logistical expert" who could determine U.N. needs! "That made him angry and he delivered an outburst for lome time," Kinney told newsmen. "He- declared our position was arrogant and preposterous." toW (**· Pmifctl bten Elite In Meiko Havana, Cub«-(/P)-Cub»'i deposed' president,' Cartel Prio So- carras, left in a Mexican Airlines plane today (or exile 'In Mexico City; ' . ·· : .·· ,- ' ' · He and -hfc "party. Including government ministers loyal to him, were given safe passage by Fiil- gericlb Batista, Cubi'i itronf man who pushed Prio from office Monday and- yssterday became prime minister of the revolution-, ary government. / ' , Trie deposed president wat accompanied by his pretty wife, Mary Tarrero, 'and his two daughters. · · · · · ' . ' . · · - · Opposition To Power Program Hit By Truman Chicago-(#)-Pres!d"nt Truman ashed out today at opposition to the federal power program as Vicious" and "one of the most cynical and "dangerous developments in many years!" His remarks 'were in a special nessage sent to the National Rural Electric Co-Opcrative Association which Secretary of the Interior Chapman presented to i prepared speech. Both the president and Chapman pledged to fight for continuation if the federal power program. In UK TIMES--II pan FREE of extra charge Flower Seeds with 6 bottle carton of AT YOUR DEALER'S! NOTHING TO MAIL! 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